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Stay for 4 nights bed and breakfast, air con room on second floor.
The major minus is the stairs (no lift) and they cannot alter the building as it is protected being an ex monastery although part of the building is still occupied by monks....More
The corridors still reflect the 300 year old monastery that has been turned into the hotel. The small conference room is magnificent. The rooms still have the vaulted ceilings of the monk's cells, and are also monastic in every other way. The mattress in our...More
We spent a night in this hostel. The evening receptionist lady was super friendly and helpful, the room was clean, the breakfast was okay. The only negative thing I'd like to mention happened after check out we went for a walk around town for about...More
Lovely accommodation with so much history! It's also in a good location, alongside river and close to the town centre. Great staff and good storage for our bikes. There's no lift so be prepared for stairs!
The hotel was an old Carmalite Cloister and the rooms are the old monk cells It is a baroque style building with 41 rooms. The building it self is centered on an enclosed court yard. The hotel is in easy walking distance from the railway...More